Sleeping peacefully while swaddled in their carriers, two more of Nadya Suleman's octuplets, babies No. 5 and No. 6 -- brothers Makai and Jeremiah -- were released from Kaiser Permanente Hospital into their mother's care on the evening of March 26. "They're both calm and quiet," Nadya said at the time.
But while the situation outside Nadya's four-bedroom La Habra, Calif., home may be under control, what's going on inside is cause for alarm, according to lawyer Gloria Allred. Allred, who represents Angels in Waiting -- the nursing service Nadya fired after less than five days on the job -- has come out with a series of harsh new claims against Nadya that portray her as an unfit mother whose only concern is her own publicity.
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